To facilitate the management of our approximately 400 graduate students, the Civil Engineering Graduate Program is subdivided into the following 9 areas.
- Architectural Engineering
- Construction Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
- Geomatics Engineering
- Geotechnical Engineering
- Hydraulic and Hydrologic Engineering
- Materials Engineering
- Structural Engineering
- Transportation and Infrastructure Systems Engineering
Opportunities for interdisciplinary study in a number of related areas are also available. A Professional Masters concentration is also available: Civil Engineering – Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Management (CE-LEM)
Should a student wish to change specialty group, s/he should identify a faculty member in the new area willing to act as primary advisor. The student should then obtain a “Change of Area” form from the CE Graduate Office and obtain the required signatures.